Chapter 10 Web links

Structured interviewing

What makes a good questionnaire?

http://www2.bcu.ac.uk/SAP/documentation/what_makes_a_good_questionnaire.pps

A useful PowerPoint presentation from Birmingham City University on what makes a good questionnaire.

Designing Questionnaires and Surveys

www.statpac.com/surveys/

This is an online tutorial that covers many of the key factors that a business researcher must take into account if they are to design a successful questionnaire.

http://psr.iq.harvard.edu/book/questionnaire-design-tip-sheet

Harvard’s PSR Tip Sheet provides some basic tips about how to write good survey questions and design a good survey questionnaire.

Workplace employee relations

https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/workplace-employment-relations-study-wers

This website brings together all documents relating to the Workplace Employment Relations Study (WERS).

Workplace Employee Relations Survey, 2011

http://discover.ukdataservice.ac.uk/catalogue/?sn=7226&type=Data%20catalogue

The Workplace Employment Relations Study, 2011 (also known as WERS6) is the sixth in a series of national surveys of employment relations at the workplace level. It covers many of the key factors that a business researcher must take into account if they are to design a successful questionnaire.

Survey Monkey

https://www.surveymonkey.com/mp/writing-survey-questions/

Survey Monkey is a fast and efficient online service that enables you to create your own research surveys and questionnaires in your preferred format and may help to save you time when distributing and collating data for your research. It uses cloud-based software, and there are free and paid-for versions available. It is a great tool in helping you to design and send professional looking surveys.